Simplistic and minimalist, Hossein Zare‘s black and white images are definitely powerful. Despite heavily manipulated using Photoshop, these images are inspirational and aesthetically pleasing. Enhancing the images, digitally, by stripping the unnecessary details was important in order to convey the message of solitude and man’s journey through life.
Images via demilked.com
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I love Shaun Samson‘s oversized long tunics from his AW 2011-12 collection (via trendland.com). Minimal and very wearable.
Monochromatic and very minimal, these objects from the ‘helit foster series’ are now availablie at (cleverly named online shop for men) wrongweather.net. Perfect for those who prefer tidy desks and minimal surroundings.
See more items from the ‘helit foster series’ @ wrongweather.net
As you can tell, I’m currently obsessed with monochromatic and minimal photography. Found via minimalissimo.com, Emily Grundon‘s photography work titled ‘Nonspace’ is very intriguing. According to the UK-based photographer:
“This work depicts several sites that are all considered to be successful and established exhibition spaces – constructed with the sole intention of displaying works of art. Nonspace not only aims to enhance the architectural quality of simplicity, moreover, it is intended that these observations commend the position of the photograph as a document of something that traditionally leads a relatively invisible existence.”
Images via emilygrundon.co.uk
I found this cool and multifunctional futon furniture named Hippo via industrialdesignserved.com. It’s not an original concept/design but the photography is fantastic.
Designed by Ida Sofie Gøtzsche Lange, Anne-Sofie Voss, Lars Wigh, Troels Rask Pedersen and Anders Backe
Images via industrialdesignserved.com/behance.net | Follow Anders Backe and view his portfolio